I don’t have anything against them, just looking for something "fresh" or different.
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I decided to post this discussion to get everybody’s opinion and everyone can benefit from it.
I was wondering how hard is it today to make a GOOD living in the 3d/vfx industry?
Is it worth all the extreme effort you’ll put to it?
People say if you like than that’s what you need to do, on the other hand people say if it pays well and almost guaranteeing a pay check than that’s what you should do.
What you guys think, give your full opinion (it will help).
Is there some way to look image size inside shake?
For example I load clip with fileIn and want to create RotoShape with same size.
I believe everyone would agree that when reading nodes by default, Nuke would set to ‘hold’, "Frame Range", "Start up" frame settings to actual image sequence numbers.
Is there a way to set the following as default
– Always "Frame Range" set to 1, even if sequence starting is eg: 10-40
– Always "black" | "black"
– Frame "start up" to 1
I read some of the articles before dealing with same issue. But trust me after reading for 2 hours, nothing helped. May be it is because i am a novice Nuke user. sorry.
Can anyone please help.
Software + Renderer: Vray SP1.5 (I think!) on Maya 2011 x64
Rendering time: Around 3-4 mins at 640X480 res. upto this point.
I’ld like to make a music video and I need some animation / visual effects, I’ld like to share this video with you for you to understand what I mean:
Desree – Life
This music video has butterflies flying all around the screen, and the theme I had in mind for this music video is butterflies.
It’s about a girl who’s in love and has butterflies in her belly. So to match this idea, a video with butterflies in it seems to be the logical answer.
The type of scenes I had in mind are the next:
Part 0:43 – 0:50
Just when the plane flew over, butterflies will fill the screen.
Basicly, the whole video is one big example except the part of the airplane spraying the butterflies because in my video the butterflies just appear.
Raoul G. da Silva
trying to get to grips with this aspect of the software.
I can place them in the scene with different degress of success – what I don’t understand is the workflow of movin their corner pins between frames. Should I improve the track after this? Is it something that has to be done a few times until the test object sticks without adjusting it in different frames? And unless I am trying to align one to the grid, how should I tell if it’s depth is correct when I estimate it’s position between shots (on a door way or window frame for example?).
If anyone could provide a little info on how these work and how they fit into their workflow I would appreciate it.